On our trip to Washington DC we stayed in Dupont circle, which is a historic neighborhood of many row houses. It was a very pretty area and I loved admiring all the different homes during our early morning walks to the metro station.
The leaves were just starting to emerge on the trees. Spring had just begun.
One of the highlights of the walk was going under this low growing pine tree.
As we walked trough this neighborhood, we liked to imagine what kind of people lived in these historic homes, and what it would be like to live there. I’m not sure I would like to be so close to my neighbor, but I think living in Washington DC would be a lot of fun. I love big cities.
Totally love this! <3
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Oh, very pretty!
Cute pictures, have a good day
Looks like you had a beautiful time. Gorgeous pics, Sarah. Happy new week, doll.
ho ly snap how lovely in the morning light! what a dream it must be to live there!!
Beautiful photos and post!!!
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What a lovely neighbourhood, town houses like this make me think of the UK and my hometown.
What a nice looking neighbourhood and their historical houses c:
I love big cities too but I also am a sucker for a good countryside!
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So very, very gorgeous. One of my favourite things to do in any town or city we visit is to seek out vintage homes/buildings, especially since we have so few (there used to be way more but sadly tons of them have been demolished in the past 20 – 30 years) in our own town.
Have a fabulous Friday!
Thanks a bunch!
I just loved how the light illuminated all the buildings every morning!
I just love town houses!
I do like a good mix of both 🙂
Older homes have so much character. That's a shame to hear so many in your town have been torn down!
What a beautiful place. I had heard this neighborhood described a bunch but checking it out through your most excellent photos was fun. Cool post!
Xo ♡ mom